You may not have heard about the $1,000,000 computer that Google is offering to any company that pays it to design its websites, but it’s the future of online business.
Now, the company has raised a $1 billion round, and its biggest investor is a major media company, Apple, which also invested.
“We’re excited to announce our second round of funding, bringing the total to more than $1.5 billion,” CEO Sundar Pichai wrote in a blog post.
“Google has created a new generation of technology for the web, which is enabling new ways to communicate, organize and interact with the world.
It has been a defining moment for the Internet as we know it.”
Google has also launched its own search engine, YouTube, to make its videos searchable in more places.
“As the world moves more and more online, the ability to build and share compelling experiences on a variety of devices is becoming more and less important,” Pichakai wrote.
“Today, more than ever, it is critical that we continue to evolve the way we do business, and this is why we are launching a new round of financing.”
He went on to explain why Google’s investment in the company was so significant.
Google is building an online business platform that helps people build online experiences.
It’s not just about Google, it’s about everyone on the planet.
So, this is a big deal.
Sundar said the round is “an important step in a larger evolution” of Google’s online business and is expected to close by the end of 2020.
He said that the company expects to have its “first billion-dollar business” by 2020, and that it will have “millions of dollars” in annual revenue.